The loud, wild sound of a beer can.
The noise of a truck.
The sound of someone laughing.
It’s just one of the things that made the noisy house so unique.
The new beer house, The Hop House, opened its doors last week in a new space on the north side of the brewery.
It sits on a busy street and the brewery is just a few blocks from the beach.
The building, located just off Interstate 5, was designed by famed Chicago architect and architect Joseph Anderson, who also designed the old Hop House.
A sign on the front entrance says the beer house is an original project from the late architect.
Anderson died in 2007.
The Hop house opened in June and the city has been buzzing with anticipation since its opening.
The bar, which has about 300 seats, is expected to fill up fast as the crowd grows.
The beer is made with ingredients from the local taproom, which opened last year.
The brewery has expanded its production to include three more taps to accommodate the influx of new customers.
“We have to take care of ourselves, so that we’re not just competing with other craft breweries,” said Brian Stokke, the beer and food manager for The Hop.
“It’s the perfect time for a big event like this, and a good one, and we just couldn’t have asked for a better opportunity.”
It’s the first time in 20 years that The Hop has had to turn down an invitation to host an event.
It was an easy decision, said Matt Moseley, a bar manager for the brewery who was working at the time.
He didn’t know anything about the restaurant until he was asked if he wanted to try out the beer.
“I was really excited about it,” he said.
“The beer and the food was just amazing.
The atmosphere was amazing.”
Mosely says he loves the beer, especially the hop, but he had no idea the restaurant was going to be the first to offer it.
The restaurant also got a lot of support from locals and a few businesses in the neighborhood, including a coffee shop that serves food and a couple of bars that serve beer.
The buzz that surrounds The Hop will help boost the brewery’s local economy, said Chris Toth, a spokesman for the city.
“They are going to have a great time, and hopefully, a positive impact on the community,” he added.
The city has had several events hosted by The Hop since its founding, including the first Beerfest in June.
The event brought hundreds of people to the beach in Lakeview.
The idea of the event was to create a community-focused event, with the hopes that it would help attract new businesses to the neighborhood.
The festival attracted about 1,400 people, including many from the brewery and its neighboring bar, The Rock.
The Rock is owned by local restaurateur Steve Pate.
He’s been a fan of the Hop since the bar opened in 2011.
The other major sponsor was a local church, The Union Church of God in Christ.
The Union also has a strong tradition of supporting local businesses, and it’s been very supportive of the beer-producing company, Toth said.
He says that has paid off in the long run, since The Hop was the first brewery to produce beer for the church.
The pub also got some love.
It has hosted events with other breweries, such as The Stone Brewing Co., that helped boost its beer sales.
“There are people who know a lot about the beer business, and they just love it,” Toth explained.
“That’s why it’s so great to see that happen here.”